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In this Business English Podcast we’re going to listen to a teleconference between the head office management of a US guitar manufacturer and the manager of their new Latin American plant.
Key language structures explained are: diplomatic language and using probing questions. We also introduce some useful English phrases for starting a teleconference meeting, interrupting and clarifying.Premium Members: Study Notes
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14 thoughts on “BEP 24 – Telekonferans: Diplomatik Dili Kullanma”
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Great, but would love a transcript.
Added the study notes link to this post. ancak, I recommend using the /member/ pages to access study notes for older podcasts as these are more up to date. Here’s the link for BEP 24 in the members section: http://www.businessenglishpod.com/member/your-lessons/bep-24-teleconferencing-using-diplomatic-language/
I think that ‘being polite’ is very important especially in teleconference.
Using diplomatic language is the best way to make a teleconference successful.
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